Repo Man was voted by me to be the best movie of the 1980s. This
web site attempts to reference all sources of Repo Man information
located anywhere on the internet.
If you know of any I'm missing,
please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don't forget to visit my
home page while you're here.
Miguel Sandoval talks about
getting the role of Archie.
Pictures and sounds from
Stars come out forRepo Man Screening at New Beverly Cinema.
Waldo's Hawaiian Holiday|
Alex Cox's first sequel to Repo Man.
In 2005, AntStuie Productions
began filming this as a no-budget production, but it was never released.
They did, however, eventually produce a documentary about the experience
A Texas Tale of Treason,
which may still be available on eBay. More
A short time later, work began on the
Graphic Novel which was
advertised as the official sequel and released in the spring of
2008. It appears to have been influenced by a rough cut of the unreleased film.
I once had my own idea for a sequel,
but it was completely different
and nobody has shown any interest in filming it yet.
See also information from the faq.
Stuck in the 80s Repo Man podcast in which 2 aging stoners reminisce.
The Repo Man Road Rally from August 27, 2005
The Repo Man drinking game
A Repo Man page in
Alex Cox's second sequel to Repo Man.
Alex Cox wrotes about the filming of this in his
starting with the January 27, 2009 entry, but it appears to have since been removed. Maybe you can find it in an internet archive somewhere.
Behind the scenes of the visual effects
Alex Cox films a scale model train: here and
here. Other interviews and
clips available on YouTube, just search for "Repo Chick".
See also information from the faq.
Links too numerous to mention have variations on 50 ways to
confuse your roommate all of which contain as item 14: Recite
entire movie scripts (e.g.
"The Road Warrior", "Repo Man", Casablanca") almost inaudibly.
Why "Repo Man depends on the interdependent relationship between structuralism and semiotics to make many of its points.
Is Repo Man a
Why Repo Man is one of the 25
Good Things About the 80s.
Some favorite quotes from
The Movie Quotes site, and
A Repo Page with quite a bit of information about the
musicians on the soundtrack.
Alex Cox discusses the cars used in the film.
There used to be a good on-line explanation of why
Pulp Fiction=Repo Man,
except made for white college kids to like. It has been suggested that
it was the aliens from Repo Man in the briefcase (which in turn may
be the unexplained nuclear device from "Kiss Me Deadly").
Find related books here.
"The more you drive, the less intelligent you are" - Miller
These links are somewhat related:
The Ain't it Cool News Rolling Roadshow runs into a
Repo Man Reunion.
A flyer for the book Clear Intent, just like the one which
Lagarto is carrying while driving
Some comments on the
Plate'O Shrimp phenomena.
Why driving makes you stupid.
the ancestral and artistic home of producer Michael Nesmith.
of the Plugz
and a Portrait of
about feeling like Repo Man
"Awww! Dukie Wookie hurt his widdle hand!" - Archie
"Flip you, Archie! Just for that you're not in the gang anymore!" - Duke
These links really have nothing to do with the movie:
The Web Network of Recovery Experts.
Learn to become a Repo Man.
Quick-Repo repo company directory.
A band called Repo Man
A band called RepoMen
Tony Curtis in
"The Adventures of Repo Man"
"It happens sometimes. People just explode. Natural causes." - Agent Rogersz
The following web sites should be commended for having a link to
this web site!
Nate's Entertainment Guide to Iowa,
*NaNcY*'s Links to CuLT MoVieS,
FZ vs WMD Meets Art,
Sci-Fi Movie Page,
Giant Robot Magazine,
Briar Pig, and
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